In my kitchen, there is the tried and true mix of (soya) yoghurt with oats and fruit. I go through phases with this combination - sometimes I can't get enough and then suddenly I'm over it for a little while. Right now, I'm in the can't get enough phase.
In my kitchen, there are assorted products from Morrisons. Until recently, this was the British supermarket we didn't shop at, on account of not having one within walking distance in London or particularly close to our new home in Kent. In Scotland, though, they were the most frequent chain and we enjoyed discovering their products. I was especially pleased to see vegan millionaire's shortbread (caramel slice) in their own brand 'free from' range. I liked it a lot and more so than the other vegan millionaire's shortbread I've tried.
After being inspired by the Scottish Morrisons we shopped at our nearest store to home this morning. I picked up some discounted dairy/egg free teacakes that have gone in the freezer for the grand sum of 11p (on average) each...
...some dairy free dark chocolate (because, it would seem, I can't have an IMK post without chocolate)...
...and their own branded fruit and nut snack bars, which I am sure I could make myself, but take pleasure in trying commercially sometimes.
Less local, but which I enjoyed on long car drives in Scotland, was some Darrell Lea liquorice. I love liquorice and am pleased this Australian brand is available here (especially as the original Darrell Lea company sadly went bankrupt).
My kitchen has also featured Waitrose beetroot falafels, which Mr Bite and I both enjoyed. The beetroot flavour wasn't very noticeable but I liked the colour it provided.
Waitrose supermarkets have fallen out of my favour a bit, because they have changed their own brand dark chocolate blocks, which used to be dairy free and now aren't, as well as their own brand iced Belgium buns, which used to be vegan and now aren't. They do, at least, still have dairy free dark chocolate chunks which I like to use in baking and in desserts such as the one below (which is yoghurt with frozen cherries, the chocolate chunks, and Sweet Freedom Choc Shot sauce).
Last but not least, my kitchen has featured it's first squash of the fall - a baby one that with hindsight I wish I had stuffed, but instead cooked in a curry-style dish. I look forward to trying more before the end of autumn.
What is happening in your kitchen this month?